North Sound Physical Therapy
Physical therapists are licensed healthcare professionals that diagnose and treat people of all ages to restore function, reduce pain, and prevent disability. Furthermore, they educate individuals on healthy lifestyles to help prevent disease before it starts.
Physical therapists specialize in movement dysfunction and injury, offering treatments such as manual therapy, exercise, and patient education. These practitioners can treat a range of conditions like sprains and strains, sports injuries, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, back pain, knee pain, shoulder injuries and more.
Our Physical Therapists are passionate about learning about you and creating a plan that allows you to live the life you desire without ongoing discomfort or limitations!
Marissa has been working in physical therapy since 2014 and holds a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Sport Science from Texas Tech University before earning her PTA degree at Whatcom Community College. Marissa loves all aspects of PT and enjoys getting to know her patients as they embark on their rehabilitation journeys. In addition, Marissa has an interest in outpatient orthopedics, geriatrics and injury prevention.
Jon is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant who was raised in the Pacific Northwest before moving to Stanwood in 2013. In 2013, he joined NorthSound and has been helping patients reach their wellness objectives since. His specialty lies in shoulder and neck injuries; working with all ages and fitness levels alike. When not treating patients, Jon enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife enjoying all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer them.
Becky graduated from Andrews University with her Masters of Physical Therapy in 1993 and earned the Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP) certification two years later in 2015. Her advanced training includes Orthopedic/manual therapy, Lymphedema post mastectomy/lumpectomy treatment/management of balance disorders/Parkinson’s Disease vertigo/cervicogenic dizziness.
Sam has been practicing physical therapy for five years and specializes in treating patients with neurological and movement disorders. With an in-depth knowledge of the underlying pathology that causes movement dysfunction, Sam helps his patients reach their functional objectives. In his free time, Sam loves traveling, playing sports and spending quality time with family and friends.
Born and raised in the area, Drake has been working in physical therapy since graduating from Touro University Nevada in 2009. He is passionate about encouraging wellness and helping his patients reach their objectives. In his free moments he enjoys spending time with family and playing with his dogs.
Beth has been with Northsound Physical Therapy since 2017 and is passionate about providing personalized care and informing her patients on the benefits of staying active. She believes everyone can heal and reach their fitness objectives, so in her free time she enjoys hiking, skiing, camping and spending quality time with her husband and pups.